QA upgrades mobile app to simplify travel planning Aug 06, 2020 0 6632 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaQatar Airways has announced significant updates to its mobile app that allow passengers to plan their travel with greater ease, helping minimise physical contact and interactions throughout their journey. Members of Qatar Airways Privilege Club will earn 1,000 Qmiles when they download the mobile app.With an updated, intuitively designed look and feel, the Qatar Airways mobile app now presents a personalised home screen that provides the most relevant information to each user. For those with an upcoming flight, the mobile app’s existing ‘My Trips’ feature will now be displayed on the home screen, highlighting the most important information at each stage of their journey. For those without a current booking, special offers will be displayed, tailored to their location.Additionally, the mobile app is now available in the Arabic language.With the airline’s mobile app’s ‘MyTrips’ feature, now prominently presented on the home screen, passengers can select their preferred seat and meals in advance, check-in online, download their boarding pass to a mobile wallet, and generate a baggage tag to print and attach to their luggage at home. Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker said, “Our refreshed mobile app is the perfect travel companion for our passengers, allowing them to take control of their travel plans, keep them informed at all times and, importantly in the current climate, limit physical contact throughout their journey. RELATED ARTICLES Qatar sends two field hospitals, urgent medical aid to Lebanon Aug 06, 2020 0 5236 285 more recover from COVID-19 Aug 06, 2020 0 6717 200 more mosques to reopen for Friday prayers: Awqaf Aug 06, 2020 0 6702 FM offers condolences to Lebanese counterpart Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani on Wednesday held a telephone conversation with Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants of the Republic of Lebanon .. QRCS activates Disaster Management Center to respond to Beirut blast Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has activated its Disaster Management Center to outline an immediate humanitarian intervention plan in response to the huge explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. QRCS Secretary-General ..